“Will you walk into my parlor said the spider to the fly?” A line from a poem by Mary Howitt, which was published for the first time in 1829. My Dad used to say this line… at random…. when we were growing up.
I probably thought it was “at random” , because I didn’t understand the underlying meaning back then. Now I know. I wish I could “zap” myself back in time and see the relevance of that phrase in various situations in our household.
But now, every time I see a web, I think of that verse. Although that is the only line I know…
Sometimes, I wonder about spiders and their webs in an entirely different manner. I hold this theory that they could be some kind of Alien implants.
Yeah, we’ve all seen the movies. Men In Black. Battlestar Gallactica. Starman. And on. The Aliens strategically place certain “beings” among the unwitting humans… so they can keep an eye on us. Or… for the purpose of an impending hostile take-over of the earth. That’s how it plays out on the silver screen.
I am beginning to wonder if this is not closer to the truth than we’d like to believe. I mean, hard as we try, with all our science and know-how, we humans can not replicate the strength and structure of a spider web. My theory, again. That web is proudly made by Aliens…..for Aliens.
Of course, I cannot let this discussion pass without the mention of their “Human Implants”…. the “fake people” they put around… in hopes of somehow tricking us. But I can tell… these imposters are always dead giveaways. They just don’t look like real humans. Somehow, their skin color is slightly off… or their eyes are kind of buggy. Maybe their hair is artificial in appearance…
Here’s the thing. I watched the Presidential address to Congress tonight. John Boehner was sitting right in camera view the entire time. I won’t say whether I like this guy or not. That is irrelevant. But I truly think he is some kind of an Alien Forgery. Too tan. Slicky hair. Buggy eyes….
But back to tangled webs we weave…..
“Will you walk into my parlor, said the spider to the fly?”
Sidebar: I saw this web tonight, and was awe-struck.